What's Inside the Time Management System Template?
Details | 5 Sheets
Supported Versions | Excel 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019, Office 365 (Mac)
Category | HR, Small Business
Tags | Calendar, Timesheet, Hours
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Inside Our Time Management System
Confusion about when people are scheduled or not can cause chaos and a dip in morale.
While there's expensive tools to help you coordinate scheduling, you can't go wrong with the most powerful data tool in the history of business - Excel.
Welcome to our Employee Scheduling Excel Template.
The first component of the Scheduling template is Lists sheet. Input employee names, type (full or part-time) and role. You can add or delete roles at any point, as well as choose between three options for how the days of the week are abbreviated.
The second component is the Settings sheet. The template is set to a 4 week schedule, however, you can choose to make it a 6 week schedule as well. You can also mark the necessary shifts that are available - 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
The third component is the Schedule sheet. This is where you will input each employee's scheduled hours. Relevant information from the Lists sheet will auto-populate. Clearing the schedule for the next work period is easy as pressing the Clear Schedule button.
The final and fourth component is the Dashboard sheet. This sheet gives an overview of the employees and the number of hours they're scheduled to work each week. This will also show you the number of employees in each role scheduled per day to help you ensure a shift leader or supervisor is always on each shift, for example. This tab also gives you an overview of who is working more than 40 hours each week which is indicated by a light red shading in those cells.